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LINKTV
Jan 2, 2014 8:00am PST
. >> a national broadcast exclusive. lynne stewart is freed from prison after a federal judge ordered her compassionate release. >> did you think this day would come? yes, butw or other, not as wonderful, or suddenly. it is bursting on me. in the dungeons, and here i am in my beloved new york. lynne stewart. we will speak to her about her time in prison as she battled cancer. all of that and more coming up. to democracy now, democracy now.org, the war and peace report. negotiators from the south sudan ethiopiat arrived in on wednesday after two weeks of violence that has left over 1,000 dead and tens of thousands displaced. both sides have signed on to a ceasefire but clashes continue. the south sudan government has declared a state of emergency in two states where rebels are in control of the capital. south sudan foreign minister, barnaba marial benjamin, said his government is ready for unconditional dialogue. >> the president had ordered his negotiating team, his dialogue team, 48 hours ago and this teen is ready to go. unconditional dialogue. it was the other side putting in theitions
CBS
Jan 8, 2014 12:00pm PST
has been going through the records and has reaction from the lynne spalding family and the sheriff. >> reporter: these documents show a series of blunders in the search for lynne spalding, a search that clearly was not taken seriously enough. 57-year-old lynne spalding was last seen alive in her room on september 21 and found dead in the hospital stairwell 2.5 weeks later. the sheriff's department was in charge of the search for her during that period. newly released transcripts show some of what happened including spalding being described as black when she was white. in one phone call, a sheriff's deputy says, quote, the person was going to be discharged anyway and decided to take off and then her daughter made a stink about it. that's all that was. >> we're disgusted! >> reporter: a family spokesman. >> whoever was on the phone was not only taking it seriously but were actually joking about the request from lynne's daughter to search for her mother. >> reporter: a search was ordered on october 1 more than a week after spalding disappeared but only about half of the stairwells wer
Al Jazeera America
Jan 6, 2014 7:00pm EST
now include shifting consumer habits and new technology. lynn is the original guru. and is the chief operating officer of limited brands. he joins us from harvard business school where he is now working. lynn good to see you. >> great to be with you, aly. >> people want to know what a big thing is. and this has been an evolution of combining online and mobile and the retail store experience into one seamless operation. >> there is absolutely no question that we live in a multi-channel world and all of those areas have converged dramatically and the customer wants what he wants when he wants it and the way they want it delivered. >> what have been some of the best examples of retailers that are ready for the next several years in the way our changing habits are going to be? >> clearly in the in-store environment, apple completely changed the rules of the game for what the in-store experience was all about. they provided an incredibly entertaining experience and built a platform that really sets the stage that other retailers have been trying to emulate in a variety of ways. in the onl
SFGTV
Jan 13, 2014 3:30pm PST
. the box walk to neighbors to president and myself. we met with lynn susan of at&t on october 2013 after observations were raised by other neighbors. we determined no other locations were possible on our block and you -- undergrounding was not possible and shifted the entire block not just parallel bought the green our entire neighborhood. we felt as a neighborhood that that was significant and would out weigh our concerns about the presence of the box. so the hearing to approve it was held the day before thanksgiving. no neighbors were able to attend but we wrote letters. last monday we received letters from the dpw sf division that it had been approved. supervisor scott weiner: please make sure to work with my office to make sure the commitment is kept. that would be great. thank you. next speaker. miss hol ton. >> good morning, supervisors. this is my very first city meeting in front of you and i don't like opening it up like this because i had some issues. i had a fun time this morning overhead at the 9:00 a.m. dpw hearing on all of these boxers. there were 13 terms on there and dis
Al Jazeera America
Jan 2, 2014 10:00pm EST
the abuse. is lynn being released on a technicality or does this follow the spirit of the law? >> it seems pretty clear that monsignor lynn knowingly left children in positions where they would be harmed by knowingly transferring predator priests to parishes without warning the families, without warning parents, and without, he refused to turn over the information about crimes to police. and even lied about it to parishioners and families. so those facts came out in the trial. this ruling by the superior court, as you know, is going to be appealed to the supreme court of the state, and we believe then that the proper finding will be made. >> what does it say to the victims of these crimes when the first u.s. church official to be held responsible for taking part in what has grown to become clearly a massive cover-up, in the scandal, is released? >> you know, it's -- to be honest with you, we were shocked that finally, one prosecutor was willing to go out on a limb and actually prosecute some of these enablers. we know by the bishop's own numbers, that they have revealed that less than 2% o
FOX News
Jan 3, 2014 6:00pm PST
-- >> how do you feel, lynn? >> beyond joy. >> the radical, now disbarredvi one of the world's worst terrorists is freed from prison early and treated to a hero's welcome in new york city on new year's day. we'll tell you who in the obama administration is responsible for cutting her sentence in half as you were celebrating the holiday. this is "the kelly file." i'm megyn kelly. welcome. we have new details in the story we first brought you here yesterday about attorney lynn stewart. in 2010 she was sentenced to ten years in prison for conspiring to actively support this man, the blind sheikh, the spiritual leader of a violent jihadist group responsible for the death of thousands around the world. he's the person who bin laden said gave the fatwah that led to 9/11. he's suspected in the conspiracy bethiehind the 1993 world trade center bombing. thousands were injured. the sheikh was convicted for plotting to blow up new york city landmarks including the u.n. and george washington bridge which could have killed thousands. from behind bars he found ways to spread evil beyond the prison
MSNBC
Jan 1, 2014 2:00am PST
in hawaii. it was 44% as the year ended. that's your morning dish of "scrambled politics" in 2014. lynn, first of all, happy new year to you and thanks for waking up to chat with us on first look. >> happy new year to you. >> as you probably know,supreme court just sonia sotomayoror issuing the stay for groups that provide abortion or sterilization. >> this is just a very temporary order that she did almost just to keep things in place. so until a fuller response from the government comes. so it's just very temporarily enjoined from the -- >> was it a surprise to you? >> well, no, because usually when you have something kicking in, a judge -- this doesn't signal how the final ruling may go. usually there is a judicial inclination just to maintain the status quo and not require anyone to do anything new. so i don't know how -- what the ultimate ruling would be on this. >> there are also some cases the supreme court could rule on obamacare, similar to what we were talking about. how might these challenges be as we look toward march and june where the supreme court might make some decision
FOX News
Jan 5, 2014 6:00pm PST
. i am megyn kelly, welcome. we have details on the story we brought you yesterday about attorney lynn stewart. in 2010 she was sentenced to ten years in prison for conspireing to actively support this man, omar abdel rash am the blind sheikh. he's the spiritual leader of the death of thousands around the world. he is the person who bin laden deemed the fatwa that led to 9-11. the blind chsheikh was behind t 93 world trade center bombing that terror attack killed 6 people including a pregnant woman and a child. thousands more were injured. two years later the sheikh was convicted for plotting to blow up the u.n. and george washington bridge which would have potentially killed thousands. then even from behind bars he found ways to spread his evil beyond his prison cell. in 1997 his terror group slaughtered nearly 60 people at an egyptian tourist attraction. attackers tacking people to death with machetes and leaving a flier demanding the sheikh's relief inside of one victim's body. it will be relevant in a minute. years later bin laden credited the sheikh for justifying the september 11
FOX News
Jan 5, 2014 9:00pm PST
kelly. welcome. we have new details in the story we first brought you yesterday about attorney lynn stewart. in 2010, she was sentenced to ten years in prison for conspiring to actively support this man, omar abdul rock ma. the blaind sheik. he's the spiritual leader of a group responsible for thousands around the world. he's the person that gave the fatwa that led to 9/11. he's behind the conspiracy of the 1993 world trade bombing. that killed six people, including a pregnant woman and a child. thousands more were injured. two years later, he was convicted for plotting to blow up new york city landmarks including the u.n. and the george washington bridge, which would have potentially killed thousands. then, even from behind bars, he found ways to spread his evil beyond his prison cell. in 1997, his terror group slaughtered nearly 60 people at an egyptian tourist attraction. attackers hacking people to death with machetes and leaving a flyer demanding the sheik's release inside one victim's body. that terror he unleashed in egypt, because it's going to become relevant in a minute. b
Al Jazeera America
Jan 24, 2014 11:30am EST
presidents who stood up for democratic processes. >> anna lynn, you just heard the ambassador talk about how president yanukovych hasn't done anything, and is that what's pushing these protests beyond and into other parts of the country? >> i must say that on november 30th, all of the people, the students and the people demonstrating, they have beaten them, and this was i think the first big push, because then people came not for immigration, but for dignity against the beating of innocent people. >> we're told that ukraine is a divided country, and that not all ukrainians feel the same way about these issues. as the protesters begin to go to other provinces, will the ukrainians pull together and will there be a regional nature to this revolution that separates the country? >> there might be a regional difference, but also, the difference in the world view of people. yanukovych also could have some chances. some percent of people support his ideas. the political scene, stability. or they still have the soviet way of thinking. but the people of ukraine, i think that we are able to reconcil
MSNBC
Jan 1, 2014 2:30am PST
of 2014. >> joining me is lynn sweet. thanks for walking up to chat with us on "first look." >> happy new year to you. as you probably know, overnight supreme court just sonia sotomayor issuing the stay f for -- >> i guess she had time to do that before going to new york before going to new york to help ring in the new year in times square. this is just a very temporary order that she did almost just to keep things in place until a fuller response from the government comes. so it's just very temporarily enjoined from these -- >> was it a surprise to you? >> well, no because usually when you have something kicking in, a judge -- it doesn't signal how the final ruling may go. usually there is a judicial inclination just to maintain the status quo and not require anyone to do anything new. >> so season what an ultimate muling would be. >> there are some some cases the property could rule on the first half the year on obama care. how serious might these challenges be to the affordable care act as we look to march and june where the supreme court might make some decisions? >> well, i think the
SFGTV
Jan 13, 2014 2:30pm PST
they do and that is the discrepancy that the department continues to face. as lynn has pointed out clearly we have 20 days to evaluate these alternative locations that are very linear as she stated that we either approve it or disapprove it. that is one of the biggest challenges that we continue to face that this community doesn't want it at that location but there is no alternatives provided to the department in these hearings or box walks. so it becomes for us in many cases very linear as miss fong indicated. >> how do you solve it? >> i think some of it is education that the public needs to recognize that the order as it relates to surface mounted facility already states that alternative locations maybe identified and should be evaluated. there should be in my mind maybe some education from the entities who are supplying these surface mounted facilities. as stated earlier pg & e works with constituencies to identify the location and so when it comes to us, there is very little objection or the issue has been resolved. >> thank you. supervisor kim. supervisor jane kim: thank you
SFGTV
Jan 13, 2014 8:00pm PST
. the only way you can really describe is the situation if you remember the old laugh in with lily tom lynn. i can do it because i'm at&t. the monopoly is gone, but the mentality seems to be the same, sadly. we would love to see good alternatives like art on the boxers, landscaping and real community output which doesn't exist. thank you. supervisor scott weiner: thank you very much, next speaker. >> hi. my name is sherrie steiner. i'm with the liberty hill neighborhood association. i'm here to protest the whole concept of the at&t boxes which have just jumped over residents objections and feelings. specifically besides the process which is obviously been documented as insufficient and broken as 1 person mentioned, i feel that at&t has been very distant with working with any of the neighborhood people and that they have proposed excessively large and intrusive boxes that make a wall on our sidewalk. finally i have only one expense for the committee and that is boycott at&t. boycott at&t. supervisor scott weiner: thank you. next speaker. >> good afternoon supervisors. my name is january with
SFGTV
Jan 15, 2014 12:00am PST
the lining it had to do with the age of the lynn and the technologies that were used its not as good then as it was now. so as a result of the 2008 assessment that was the basis for the project that's been in our capital budget in the several years of about $115 million to reline the tunnel which requires us to take it out of operation for two months every year to mobilize to put in lynn and get a back out because we couldn't afford to take out the hetch hetchy i system that resulted in about a 10 or 11 year project to complete that over time. that had some concerns about that bus taking the tunnel popping up there was a concern of a risk of failure by go basically filling it
ABC
Jan 24, 2014 4:30am EST
are coming from 19th street, you have to turn on north lynn street to access the key bridge. we also have water main breaks along duke street and jordan. the left lane gets by. the beltway, beautiful. major interstates are good to go. we have quite a few secondary water main breaks throughout virginia and maryland. not looking too bad on 95, either. back over to natasha and audrey -- autria. is 11 degrees. let's talk about the controversial comments from mike huckabee. he descended the gop against -- defended the gop against allegations on the war on women. now why scientists are having trouble tracking where >> mike huckabee says democrats have invented a phony gop war on women to lower female voters. he made the remark at a pub -- republican committee meeting in washington. >> they want to make women believe that women are helpless because they cannot control their libido or the reproductive system without the help of the government, then so be it. >> during his speech, he said the gop needs to broaden its appeal and its internal divisiveness. in 2008 and is considering another white ho
CSPAN
Jan 11, 2014 7:00pm EST
of the big texas oil, and, indeed, i make the case that lynn don johnson had a unique relationship with each one of them. now, let's talk about motive. first of all, it's important to remember that in 1960, lyndon johnson blackmailed his way on to the kennedy ticket. in fact, we know that president john f. kennedy or in that point, kennedy, senator john f. kennedy selected senator stuart of missouri to be his running mate. he asked him, accepted, was writing his acceptance speech, and that night, johnson and house speaker sam rayburn showed up in kennedy's hotel room in los angeles late at night and had a file on john kennedy's sex life. this had been supplied to them by jay edgar hoover. hoover was a next door neighbor of lyndon johnson's. he was a close political ally of lyndon johnson. between 1951-61, the fbi budget tripled due to the good actions of senate majority leader lyndon johnson. when johnson stole the election in 1948 by a totally disputed and front vote, jay edgar hoover flew down for the party in austin. they were very close, and, of course, hoover had his own motives. he kne
CBS
Jan 8, 2014 5:00am PST
is at the hospital with the series of errors now blamed for lynne spalding' dis. >> reporter: there are a lot of questions about this incidents this new information coming from media reports after a state public records act request into the sheriff's department's response shedding lighted on the question, how could this have happened here at san francisco general? 57-year-old lynne spalding died of dehydration and liver problems in a rarely used stairwell at san francisco general. she was being treated at the hospital for an infection of her family says she was delirious so the hospital put her on watch first and a large on the bed then assigning a monitor to make sure she stayed in her room but she still got out. this is video from the day her body was found more than two weeks after she disappeared. the family's attorney says they still have gotten no good explanation as to how she got into that stairwell unnoticed. there's a timeline. st. pauls everying was last seen alive in her hospital room. the sheriff's department did a search on october 1 but she wasn't found until the 8th. this new
MSNBC
Jan 18, 2014 4:00am PST
will store the vast accumulation of phone records. joining me now, lynne sweet and congressional reporter, ed o keith. good morning to both of you. lynne, are part of our conversations still being spied on? >> private conversations are still being collected. that's not going to change, alex. what is an issue now is president obama said he doesn't want the government to hold on to this meta data, but there's no solution where it should go. the phone companies don't want to keep it. the president kicked the can down the road and said this is a matter for more study. >> how about the edward snowden angle. some suggested this speech vindicates him, he's the winner here. is that the case? >> certainly the leaks snowden shared with "the washington post" and other newspapers prompted this debate, prompted the president to review the strategy and admit that perhaps changes need to happen. the fact that the president addressed him and brought up his name, again, in this speech suggests what he's doing has, you know, to some extent validated what he's doing. the white house wouldn't use that word or sa
Al Jazeera America
Jan 29, 2014 2:30am EST
you feel the classes are right - they have the right. >> lynn, you want to jump in. >> teachers are the personnel who have the expertise and the training to determine what is appropriate for the children sitting in front of them. i think basing a ban of a book based on age is ludicrous because children of all ages have different life experiences. they have different maturity levels. these children can meet the needs of every child. we need access to a wide variety of literacy to do that. >> we already have filters for media in schools. what are the foundations for certain ratings, movies appropriate for 10th graders and first graders. a lot is in place. why not to books and english litter atture. >> as a stupid that took english last year, i developed a close bond with my teacher. the challenge of a public educator is to create public curric u lounge room that meet -- curriculum that meets all students. i argue that ap english is the most challenging course, and has the student set of the most mature and able to handle material. so to ban a book -- >> what about when the teacher
MSNBC
Jan 20, 2014 7:00am PST
isikoff, thank you. i want to bring in our company, lynn sweet, chicago sun times bureau chief, ruth baucus, good morning. >> good morning. >> lynn, let me get your take on this. these developments have been moving fast and furious. last night the information that the mayor was meeting with federal officials, this morning, the unequivocal denial by the lieutenant governor. where are we in all this? >> well, it still keeps the cloud over governor christie's head and comes at a time where he was about to elevate himself as a republican helper for the, you know, he's now the head of the republican governor's association and i think that role is beginning to get some more national attention, because she's supposed to be the chief fundraiser and he's now going to be very strapped as a big deal figure to bring in to entertain big donors. we know in florida he had to go around a little bit as if he were -- well, he couldn't do his full christie. the thing that has made people -- >> we didn't see a lot of him. >> right. i think that means he's handicapped, even in this role as the rga head.
FOX
Jan 24, 2014 5:00pm PST
stairwell weeks after being reported missing, investigators say the death of lynne spalding showed holes in security at san francisco general. new at 5:00 the federal government says san francisco general has made significant progress to being a safer hospital and ktvu's mike mibach is at sf general with what hospital officials call a big step. >> reporter: that's right. an enormous step. sf general now saying it is in compliance when it comes to protecting patients at least in the eyes of federal investigators all highlighted in these four pains handed to me just about an hour -- pages handed to me about an hour ago. sf general announcing the federal centers for medicare and medicaid services apparently fixed the problems that contributed to the debt of lynne spalding found dead in a -- death of lynne spalding found dead in a locked stairwell after being found missing from her room. it said it interviewed staff and observed nurses and doctors working with patients. in the end the hospital says the federal investigators concluded sfgh is in compliance with all requirements. in essence y
SFGTV
Jan 13, 2014 1:30pm PST
of urban forestry as well as netey are here today. >> good afternoon, committee members. my name is lynn fong. thank you for allowing us to provide you this information. we have a short powerpoint presentation we want to show you as we go through the different permitting processes. first of all, we would like to discuss the definition of what is the surface facility? a surface mounted facility can take many forms, they can take communication force, hub supplies, controllers and electronic panels and ticket vending machines. for the at&t and surface mounted programs there are cabinets that are frequently discussed. the two types are the interface cabinets, the green boxes that you see throughout the public right-of-way. and devices. at&t facility cabinets are still cabinets 59 inches wide, 48 inches wide and 26 inches deep. they house telecommunications equipment that allow us to provide communication services to speed telecommunication services. so the purpose of the program:
Al Jazeera America
Jan 25, 2014 2:00am EST
would actually threatening to walk away, but they didn't and they agreed, foo lynn toy meet for the first time in three years. face-to-face. tomorrow. a lot of people are pointing at that video, point that go little girl being age able to survive and perhaps just maybe that's a sign that these people here with make a little progress towards peace. >> absolutely unbelievable. that was nick schifrin he will be following that face-to-face meeting for us from geneva as it gets underway in just a identify short hours. >>> al jazerra's jennifer glass reports from kiev as the clashes intensify. >> reporter: anti-government protesters here in ukraine believe they have some momentum here as the unrest spreads from here in kiev across the country starting, to at least 12 regions here in ukraine. we have seen protesters take over government buildings, barricading themselves in and message to the president that they are unhappy with his rule and they want change. now, he has offered some concessions, he says an emergency session of parliament on tuesday will consider amending laws that
ABC
Jan 13, 2014 6:00pm PST
there is long as a developed. >> care yes lynn, thank you. >> white house issued a statement on retirement of george miller, who is stepping down after four decades in washington. the statement reads, quote, because of his tireless efforts our air and water are cleaner and more young people can afford to go to college and working families to make ends meet. abc7 news is live tonight from millers district office. >> today he told us he may be retiring but will continue lobbying for issues like children, family, and education. >> after four decades on capitol hill from end of vietnam to beginning of the affordable care act, he he decided to call it quits at the close of the year. >> i ran for congress in wanted to try to end vietnam war and have national health care. >> looking back miller says some of the most recent achievements on education and labor and health care make him proud. >> various try to get national health care, that passed he felt like mission accomplished. >> his ability to bring our county together to be popular in supported and appreciated by residents. >> he comes from t
CBS
Jan 8, 2014 5:00pm PST
and the reaction. >> reporter: 57-year-old lynne spalding was last seen alive in her sf general room on september 21. she was found dead in a hospital stairwell almost 2.5 weeks later. the sheriff's department was in charge of the search for her during that period. newly released transcripts show some of what went wrong including spalding being described as black when she is white. in one phone call, a sheriff's deputy says, quote, the person was going to be discharged anyway and she decided to take off and then her daughter made a stink about it. that's all that was. >> we're disgusted. >> reporter: a family spokesman. >> whoever was on the phone, were not taking it seriously but were joking about the request from lynne's daughter to search for her mother. >> reporter: a search was ordered on october 1 more than a week after spalding disappeared but only about half of the stairwells were checked. three days later on october 4, a hospital employee came across spalding's body in the stairwell. but it wasn't until october 8th that deputies found spalding for themselves. >> there was poor communica
CBS
Jan 23, 2014 1:37am PST
north lynn. that's a bad commute any time of the evening. this late it's unusually bad. quite a mess. this is what it looked like about an hour ago. go to that, and you'll see that traffic has not improved very much. >>> you've seen the nasty bus protest against tech workers, but now christin ayers shows us it's getting downright personal. >> one of google's private shuttle buses leaving the workers on board stranded. they believe tax were driving up the cost of living in san francisco, but yesterday morning, the google protest went a step further and quite literally hit home. a group calling itself the counter force targeted this man at his house. anthony is the engineer behind the supersecret google x and google's famous self-driving car seen in this video. the protesters surrounded his berkeley home with banners and watched him leave. >> the protest lasted about 45 minutes, and when it was done, the group left behind these fliers, accusing him of bringing evil to the world and identifying where he lived. >> he did not want to talk to us on camera tonight, but he told us, quit eem
KOFY
Jan 13, 2014 7:00pm PST
is developed. >> care yes lynn, thank you. >> white house issued a statement on retirement of george miller, who is stepping down after four decades in washington. the statement reads, quote, because of his tireless efforts our air and water are cleaner and more young people can afford to go to college and working families to make ends meet. abc7 news is live tonight from millers district office. >> today he told us he may be retiring but will continue lobbying for issues like children, family, and education. >> after four decades on capitol hill from end of vietnam to beginning of the affordable care act, he he decided to call it quits at the close of the year. >> i ran for congress in 1974. i wanted to try to end vietnam war and have national health care. >> looking back miller says some of the most recent achievements on education and labor and health care make him proud. >> various try to get national health care, that passed he felt like mission accomplished. >> his ability to bring our county together to be popular in supported and appreciated by residents. >> he comes from the heart.
CBS
Jan 15, 2014 5:00pm PST
on lower sherman island just north of antioch. kpix don lynn reports on the damage left behind from the fire and where it may have started. >> reporter: this is what's left of a cabin after a wind driven fire swept through the lower part of sherman island. we found ricky digging through the char to collect his dogs bones. >> the fire incinerated her, burned her so bad. >> the fire spared him in his cabin. the high winds dictated the flames burning one structure and leaving next one untouched. >> how fast it happened. >> when the fire broke out yesterday afternoon, ricky and a handful of people fought the flames with a garden hose and buckets. >> buckets of water and shovels and picks and just trying to do the best we could. >> the coast guard evacuated them because flames were burning near propane tanks. >> when we first got here it was just spot fires, and then it started down this grass and they couldn't stop it. >> in all the fire destroyed three cabins and killed ricky's dog. >> witnesses say the fire started right here, inside a cabin, as you can see the cabin is now gone. they
FOX
Jan 8, 2014 6:00am PST
. and police are raising disturbing new questioning fquestions about lynn small's body is rarely used and they had delays and confusion from the very beginning. the sheriff's department says there are concern which may have directed the search. >> they literally did not tip the search because they were not doing that and they described the woman as an african-american and lynn spaulding was a 57-year-old white female. >>> police say a thief is targeting lockers at one gym in daily city. tara moriarty found out they are getting the direct attention at the city leak in. and it is something testimony to keep an eye on. this is where police say a man seen in this surveillance used a one day work out thrapple pass to gainp entry to this locker room. he broke in and stole cash and jewelry and we am opened this area and does not use that normally. >> please folks, when you go to the gym make sure your belongings are safe whether it means having a lock on your locker or keeping them at home. to those who sort of muscular build, and tattoos on the back of his neck. if you have any information,
FOX
Jan 14, 2014 5:00am PST
. >>> the arrest, police are finally getting ready to make after the disappearance of matt lynn mccann. >>> and we have some traffic in the east bay, we will tell you exactly where coming up. >>> and it is a little bitterly but later today we will have the possibility of record highs. [ laughter ] he loves me. he loves me not. he loves me. he loves me not. ♪ he loves me! that's right. [ mom ] warm and flaky in 15, everyone loves pillsbury grands! [ girl ] make dinner pop! [ angelic music plays ] ♪ toaster strudel! best morning ever! [ hans ] warm, flaky, gooey. toaster strudel! [ female announcer ] try new pillsbury heat-n-go mini pancakes. . >>> welcome back, we are looking at people voting on a new constitution there. it is a key milestone put into place after mohammed mores i was interest and they paved the way for the nation's top general. >>> and in egypt a bomb went off near the courthouse. many had expected violence during the balloting and the country remains deeply divided with the brotherhood after they were controlled last year now outlawed as a terrorist organization. >>> and they
CBS
Jan 8, 2014 6:00am PST
. it looks like the searched wasn't taken seriously enough. 57-year-old lynne spalding died in a rarely used stairwell in sf general. she was being treated for an infection. her family says she was delirious and the hospital put her on watch with an alarm on the bed and then a monitor assigned to make sure she stayed in her room but she got out. this is video from the day her body was found. that was more than two weeks after she disappeared. the family's attorney says they have no good explanation as to how she got into the stairwell unnoticed. here's the timeline. spalding last seen alive on september 21. the sheriff's office in charge of security at the hospital did an initial search on october 1. but her body wasn't found until the 8th and this report shows a lot of confusion on deputies' parts. first believing that she may have been black, when she was indeed white. also, thinking that she was maybe supposed to be discharged that day anyway so perhaps she just left on her own accord. >> was manpower an issue in the search? >> that is still a question. the attorneys are disagreeing on w
Al Jazeera America
Jan 15, 2014 7:30pm EST
middle school english teacher who supports age appropriate standards and on skype, lynn bruno, last year she objected to her school district's decision to remove a book from its curricula. welcome to "the stream" everyone. what seems to be the number of books hitting those banned lists and since your books are some of the most controversial what do you think the reaso reasoning bd this? >> it's a tough one, when i found my books were banned, i was shocked. i write really frank novels about teenage experience. every time i hear about a ban, it lists, why, unsuited to age group, profanity, it is always hard to know why a book is banned, that the response is phenomenal, the book saved their life or helped them through depression or helped them see something from a different perspective. 53% more challenges, the american library association office for intellectual freedom noticed almost 500 challenges in 2012. it could -- no one knows exactly why. could it be a more conservative climate right now, could it be that the economic downturn has made more people scared? i personally think it's fea
Comedy Central
Jan 21, 2014 11:31pm PST
frederick and kagt lynn. stephen: you're not sure how kathryn gets pregnant. "50 shades of grey" sold a ton. why not more lights on, wild style? for a manly man why not sexy time. >> well, speaking as a manly man. i think, you know the time he was writing -- [laughing] >> the time he was writing it was just, he did push boundaries for what was acceptable in a work of fiction in terms of taboos. they were fairly strong. he had to edit out a lot of language. i think he used more four letter words in the original draft. a lot of that was taken out. >> stephen: why, why if you want to write something so emotionally spare why do a novel. why not manuals for ikea furniture. put peg b in slot a. which is probably sexier than -- [laughing] >> stephen: -- he wrote in here. why do you think? why do you think he went from journalism to novels. journalism is dry. don't we want gooey gushy in the novel? >> to the ex tent of the gushy stuff it's the detriment to the book. what makes this book so magnificent to me are the war passages. you mentioned in the introduction hemingway experienced severe trauma
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